NO DAYS OFF APPAREL INC. embodies the definition of determination and intends to ignite the spark of self-motivation we all possess deep within. NO DAYS OFF™ is unique in that, its meaning can be specified to every individual. That is, regardless of age, gender, or race, any goal is attainable through hard work, determination, and grit.

Co-founder, Chaz Samuel has always been an avid lover of basketball. After attending college, he decided to pursue his passion for business. With basketball on the back burner, Chaz focused less on his workouts and struggled to balance fitness and academia. 2 years of weight insecurity led to one summer decision to return to his first love and begin working out on the court again.

He developed the NO DAYS OFF™ mindset that fueled his motivation to achieve both his fitness and academic goals simultaneously. It wasn’t long before a young basketball athlete thirsty for knowledge and skill joined Chaz that summer. Then another, and another and another. The infectious NO DAYS OFF™ mindset began to spread and by the end of the summer, more than 30 young basketball athletes showed up every day eager to learn the game.

No Days Off Apparel Inc. was inspired by the desire to make this mindset tangible as a reminder to remain resilient and never give up in the face of adversity. It is an external representation of an internal mindset.

Check them out at @ndoapparelinc

Stu is a barber and the owner of the Blue Collar Barbershop.

He discovered music at the age of 11 and started playing the guitar at 13.

After going through barbering apprenticeship in 2014, he decided to open the Blue Collar Barbershop in May of 2018.

He currently lives in Halifax with his wife Megan, their cats and dog.

Check him out @bluecollarhalifax

Terri Lynn Kearsey has worked in the TV industry for over 10 years; from presenting in front of the camera to coordinating behind it.

She moved to NS from NL in 2010 to attend NSCC and graduated from the Radio & Television Arts program with a specialization in Television Production. She spent two seasons on The Curse of Oak Island as Segment/Research Producer.

She worked as a production coordinator, production manager and recently 2nd assistant
director for national and international shows. As the producer and host of the Atlantic Journal, she showcased a wide variety of events and interviewed people from the Atlantic provinces.

The job she was destined for as her family “jokes” she hasn’t stopped talking since the age of five!

Check her out @terriylynnkearsey